Tuesday, 7 July , 2020

US Media

Robert Parry’s Legacy and the Future of Consortiumnews

January 28, 2018 Robert Parry, editor and publisher of Consortiumnews.com, died peacefully Saturday evening. In this tribute, his son Nat Parry describes Robert’s unwavering commitment...

Creating Confusion to facilitate War: Trump Threatens Korea, Newsweek says China...

Escalating Military Drills Mean China Is Preparing to Strike Taiwan, Experts Say By Christina Zhao A military expert claimed on Monday that recent increases in...

The US media and the Kennedy assassination documents: “Move along, nothing...

By Bill Van Auken 30 October 2017 The Trump administration’s partial release of previously classified documents related to the November 22, 1963 assassination of...

Thomas Friedman of the New York Times: A sycophant in the...

By Bill Van Auken 27 November 2017 Thomas Friedman, the chief foreign affairs commentator of the New York Times, can safely be relied upon...

Trump’s Policy: Let Guantanamo Hunger Strikes Die!

New York Times Finally Reports on Trump’s Policy of Letting Guantánamo Hunger Strikers Die; Rest of Mainstream Media Still Silent By Andy Worthington 11.10.17 So today, five...

Trump’s threats against North Korea signify real danger of war

Donald Trump continued his campaign of incendiary statements over the weekend, threatening to launch a war with North Korea that could unleash a nuclear...

The US media’s neo-McCarthyite campaign for war against Russia

The American population is being subjected to a furious barrage of propaganda by the media and political establishment aimed at paving the way to war. The campaign was sharply escalated this week, beginning with Wednesday’s publication of a lead article in the New York Times. Based entirely on unnamed sources and flimsy and concocted evidence, it was presented as definitive proof of Russia’s hacking of Democratic Party emails and waging of “cyberwar” against the United States.

USA – McCarthy still alive!

A shady website that claims “Russia is Manipulating US Opinion Through Online Propaganda” has compiled a blacklist of websites its anonymous authors accuse of pushing fake news and Russian propaganda. The blacklist includes over 200 outlets, from the right-wing Drudge Report and Russian government-funded Russia Today, to Wikileaks and an array of marginal conspiracy and far-right sites.